Member Since: 2013
Member Offices: Chicago
Sowlat Structural Engineers is a world class structural engineering firm based in Chicago and focused on the design of buildings. They offer highly-developed, disciplined structural engineering services that stand on a tradition of high-end engineering pioneered in Chicago for over the past five decades. Their approach is rooted in a high regard for architecture and a solid understanding of construction.
They provide structural engineering for high-rise office and residential towers, convention centers, airport terminals, educational buildings, laboratories, hospitals, sports stadiums and arenas, museums, and performing art centers.
Their projects benefit from their considerable in-house expertise in the following areas: design of building superstructures and foundations; hurricane loading and seismic performance; to mitigate blast; LEED certification; design of structural glass.
Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
159.9 m / 525 ft
128.6 m / 422 ft
106.2 m / 348 ft
98.8 m / 324 ft
82.9 m / 272 ft
150 m+ Buildings
Average Building Age*
Most Common Function*
Residential (100%), 5 Buildings
Most Common Material*
Concrete (100%), 5 Buildings
* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.
*Based on 5 Completed & Under Construction Buildings
NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.
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12 November 2015
The CTBUH 14th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the daytime Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
06 November 2014
The CTBUH 13th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the daytime Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
07 November 2013
The CTBUH 12th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the afternoon Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
18 October 2012
The CTBUH 11th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the afternoon Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.